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Re: Cygwin's SVN Client Checkout Bug

From: Ryan Ernst <rernst-lists_at_warflame.ca>
Date: 2006-08-24 16:09:23 CEST

Jeff Marder wrote:
> I think what he's saying is he's running an Ant task that requires
> both svn and rsync, and rsync is installed on Windows as part of
> Cygwin. In case you're not familiar with Cygwin it is its own shell,
> not the standard Windows command line. Cygwin programs cannot be run
> from the Windows command line. Unless there's another easy way to
> install and use rsync on Windows Jamie is SOL. Although that bug
> should be an easy fix, until then Cygwin's svn client is essentially
> unusable so this is a valid complaint. Are there any work arounds?

Back when I used cygwin, I was always able to use most of the unix
utilities from the windows shell by putting the cygwin binaries paths on
the windows PATH variable. I don't know if this helps this particular
situation, but it's something to consider

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